Silva Vs Sonnen
August 8, 2010 by Post Team
Silva Vs Sonnen, A few hours away from one of the most stacked cards this year, is the weather forecast. As big as this card, I hope you do not get a night of boring quick decisions or actions dominant, except perhaps in the main event. At the end of the night we will know who is the next number one contender for the heavyweight title, possibly the next number one contender for the welterweight title and whether or not we have a new talking sht-middleweight champion. Off we go.
Anderson Silva vs Chael Sonnen - I can not remember the last night I was this pumped for a fight for the middleweight title. So I guess Chael Sonnen has done a good job of getting into this with all the garbage that has spoken. Come fight time, however, there is talk that you have done any good? I do not think he will. Her only path to victory is to get sufficient enough in dismantling the ground, without being subjected to earn points. There is simply no way I can see that happening. Anderson has too many ways to end this fight and I know he’s motivated. All I hope is that he will not decide to do to Sonnen what he did to Maia. I do not think he will. Silva by TKO in Round 2.
Jon Fitch vs Thiago Alves - The rematch that the UFC has been trying to put together a long time is finally going down. If you saw the first fight then you can expect the same from happening here. There is no doubt that Alves is a striker better than Fitch, but I doubt much of the fight to be staged there. Both fighters have improved since the initial meeting, but I am inclined to think that Fitch will do what he always does and grind their way to another victory by decision. Will Dana keep your word about the winner getting a title shot? That’s another story. Fitch by unanimous decision.
Ricardo Almeida vs. Matt Hughes - I’m not sure that this fight will be almost as good as the names that are involved in it. Hughes is getting older and the game has clearly what was happening, at least by my estimation. You can still fight but has never been a feared fighter and his submission game is far from the level of a guy like Almeida. As far as I’m concerned this is the swan song of Hughes. Almeida should dominate the fight and the inevitable questions come up in relation to the amount of Hughes is gone. He professed to want only interesting fights, but this loss there will be none. Almeida by submission in Round 2.
Clay Guida vs. Rafael dos Anjos - We know that Guida pushes a relentless pace and he has some impressive victories in the 155-pound division, but can prevent the game dos Anjos polished presentation brings to the table? He is an average fighter tends to be based on the fact that just never stops coming at you and your opponents will eventually succumb to the relentless pressure, but I do not think Rafael is that type. I’m thinking we could view a very sweet nothing from the bottom. I’ll go with the semi-annoying here. Rafael dos Anjos by submission in Round 3.
Roy Nelson vs. Junior dos Santos - As I said before I’m convinced that this struggle is an attempt to Dana White for the release of Nelson wolf is JDS. He has a few different ways to win this fight, at least I think so, but I do not see it happening. If he makes the mistake of standing and trading with dos Santos then will meet the same fate as any other man who has gone against JDS in the UFC. The question is then, can Roy drag to the canvas and the work of jiu-jitsu game very capable? Let’s see, but I leave with dos Santos and look forward to his title shot later. Junior dos Santos by KO in Round 1.
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